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... The other values are very similar to the more recent test. ... (1 replies)
... Yes the values are a little off. The truth about anemia is that when it first starts, you have many more uncomfortable symptoms than you do once you have had it for a long while. ... (1 replies)
... ive, and so was test for Celiac. He is sending me to a hematologist because he is stumped, and he said that with my very healthy, iron rich diet I shouldn't have values like this. I am wondering why, if I'm iron deficient, the MCV, MCH, and MCHC values are normal. They are supposed to be low in iron deficiency anemia, right? ... (5 replies)

... All other CBC values were normal. Reticulocyte count was 0. ... (6 replies)
... Some questions come to mind. You say your ferritin is 11 and you had an infusion on April 9. Were you diagnosed with anemia at that time or just deficiency? ... (12 replies)
... I learned something interesting while researching inflammation that may help explain the difference between anemia of chronic inflammation and anemia of chronic renal failure. ... (8 replies)
... I recently found out I'm anemic. Know how I found out? After FOUR YEARS of seeing doctors and dealing with awful symptoms (nausea, headaches, dizziness including vertigo, weakness, extreme fatigue, etc.), I actually asked my doctor for the iron test. He said I didn't need it, and he was sure I was fine, but he said he would do the test anyway. Guess what? It came back that I... (1 replies)
What is Anemia
Aug 22, 2005
... it is usually a symptom of a problem not a disease in and of itself. Low iron can lead to anemia as it is an essential ingredient in making blood cells. This is usually from bleeding too much from heavy periods, GI problems, etc. ... (3 replies)
... There are numerous types of anemia. The most common ones are Iron Deficiency Anemia, Anemia of Chronic Disease, and acquired anemia from chemo therapy usually associated with cancer. In each case a different blood cell values would be noticed. ... (3 replies)
... My sister in law is a nurse and she even had such bad anemia her hair was falling out. I have had bouts of my hair falling out over the years too, and never realized it was probably anemia. ... (20 replies)
... Hi mp303, The lab values i have on an old lab slip say that a normal male hemoglobin is between 14 & 18 & hematocrit is 46 to 53%. When lab values are lower than normal the dr checks urine, stool for possible bleeding from ulcers, bowel disorders or hematuria, blood in urine & maybe does EGD/colonoscopy or cystoscopy to find the source of a bleed. If there is nothing... (1 replies)
Temporary Anemia?
Jun 19, 2008
... The blood bank has a different standard of what low iron is. I would be curious to know what your lab values are. If you have your most recent report, post the values here and you will get some hopefully helpful information. ... (2 replies)
... Both values have improved very much. Doctor recommends continuing the Pill and you should be able to stop the iron after this month. ... (24 replies)
... shots your insurance will cover them. My doctor a GP prescribed them with a diagnosis of Iron Deficiency anemia and the insurance would not cover them saying that it was not a correct diagnosis for the treatment. ... (5 replies)
... ack of oxygen to your vital organs and it is influencing your central nervous system. You will have organ failures of all kinds if this continues. Of course, the values could be distorted by medications etc. ... (3 replies)
... oglobin was over 13 and my ferritin level was 180. I do not have heavy periods to explain this and my fecal occult samples came out negative. My hemocrit and RDW values were indicative of iron deficiency anemia as stated by my doctor. So, she immediately put me on Slow Fe 325mg pills 3 times a day. ... (0 replies)
... No problem. Anemia is sometimes used as a catchall for any type of iron deficiency, when technically it's a decreased number of red blood cells or hemoglobin. ... (3 replies)
... I'm not too concerned about the lower values within a week because I know they can fluctuate, and they didn't change THAT much I don't think. ... (7 replies)
... patients with hypothyroidism. Real values of the degree of anemia are estimated by radioisotopic analysis due to the lower volume of plasma in hypothyroidism causing false high levels of hemoglobin in blood. ... (7 replies)
... Interesting this post resurfaced!! I am the OP, and thought I would follow up a bit. I continue to take the mentioned Iron Supplement, maybe 4 times a week and have attempted to try several different oral contraceptives without much luck, but at least it has bought me a few months of lesser bleeding. I have not had my levels drawn again, but between the Pills and added... (20 replies)




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